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ABC
Jul 12, 2014 5:00pm PDT
in cleveland this morning. thousands of people crowded vantage points to see the steel skeleton of the bridge sink into the river in a controlled explosion. the 1959 bridge has been replaced by a newer, more modern span. the project to demolish the bridge began in january. its railings, lights, barrier, and con surface were all removed. we're just a few hours away from the last time candlestick will host players like montana and rice, and our mike shumann right there. this is video of abc7 sports anchor mike shumann. when he got there they gave him colin kaepernick's locker. joe montana will lead a team of 49ers and former nfl starts. right now san francisco firefighters and police officers are playing. we'll have more from the stick at 6:00. looks like a great day out there. >> oh, yeah, it's great today, great tomorrow. i remember watching the games as a kid. live doppler 7hd is not showing up. i'm not sure why. it's actually on right now. but there are some clouds at the coast. and we do have a lot of blue skies elsewhere. we might be able to go outside or go -- >> maybe we'll check back w
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
celebrating in cleveland after lebron james says he's coming home dean reynolds on what this means to a team and the city. and you've seen dancing agents draw smiles in plenty of places before. but chances are, they weren't needed as much as in the place this one does. >> we all have our problems but a smile will help you through it. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. the u.n. security council is now calling for a ceasefire between israel and hamas as it's conflict in the middle east intensified on this its fifth day. 17 more people were killed today by israeli airstrikes in gaza. that makes at least 125 who died since the bombing started tuesday. today israel also shelled positions in lebanon. the rocket fire from hamas into israel has been stronger than expected, but so far no israelis have died. today the israeli defense forces warn people who live close to hamas locations in the northern part of the gaza strip to evacuate. and israel prime minister benjamin netanyahu said he will not rule out a ground invasion. cbs news
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
kelly, thank you. >>> and now to cleveland, where e forecast is for more celebrations, after nba great lebron james announced he's returning home. one sign of the enthusiasm? a ticket to the cavaliers season opener used to go for 40 bucks. tonight, as much as $600. abc's linzie janis is in cleveland with more on the big turnaround. >> reporter: redemption tonight for lebron james. >> lbj! lbj! >> reporter: cleveland fans welcoming home with ope arms the player they once vilified. king james sending the city into a frenzy. after announcing his return to the cavs in an emotional online letter about how much his home means to him. and making fans forgive the way he crushed them four years ago when he announced his move to miami on live television. >> i'm going to take my talents to south beach. >> we love you. we forgive you. and let's get some money in this town. >> reporter: and the money began flowing immediately. call it the new lebron-omy. within eight hours, the cavaliers receiving out of season tickets. >> we go from selling something that's unsellable, i mean, i can't get my hands
NBC
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
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CNN
Jul 12, 2014 3:00pm PDT
heard the news by now. >> lebron james. >> we know. lebron is headed back to cleveland. cavs fans are psyched, but lebron is not the only one headed to cleveland. moderate to severe crohn's disease is tough, but i've managed. ♪ i got to be pretty good at managing my symptoms, except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing. ♪ when i finally told my doctor, he said my crohn's was not under control. ♪ he said humira is for adults like me who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. and that in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief. and many achieved remission. [ female announcer ] humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are commo
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
him first overall in 2003, the cleveland cavaliers. james' deal, two years -- own two years but 42.1 million. not so only right there: >>> to the pitch and the union will host the colorado rapids in less than an hour in chester. philadelphia lost to dallas last week and they're two points out of the playoff spot in the eastern conference. but some help could be on the way as the club has acquired jamaican international brian brown on loan from harbor view fc for the remainder of the season. he's a 21 year old striker who had 20 goals in 32 appearances this past season. >> wow. nice. >>> i was on vacacation but even i heard about lebron. twitter was out of control. >> i don't know if it was possible to avoid that. >> i don't think i could have been anywhere on the planet and not hear about that. >> some of natasha's money. >> ♪ >> welcome back everyone. some of the area's finest firefighters face off for some very friendly competition. the montgomery county water battle returned to towamencin montgomery county today. several hundred volunteer firefighters from at least 14 differen
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
to cleveland he is going to brazil. not to play basketball but to watch tomorrow's world cup final which you can watch right here on six abc. lebron signed his deal with cleveland today. it is a two year contract worth just over 42 million-dollar. this is according to espn. speaking of money, the calves have made an estimated one million-dollar in ticket sales, alone, former sixers great charles barkley says he is a big fan of this move and big fan of lebron. he just can't understand why he left ohio in the first place. >> i just think he shouldn't have left there the first time. come on, you have to get drafted by the hometown team, and you are as good as he is. this guy is one of the ten greatest nba players ever. people that don't likely brandon james, you have to be a lebron james fan. i don't know if the cavilers will win a championship but i am a lebron james fan for the rest of my life. >>> eagles are less than two weeks away from training camp, can you wait? lesean mccoy tells "action news" that he believes the eagles will contend for the super bowl. expectations are sky-high for thi
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
unledded there at $3.86 per gallon. >> a cleveland bridge came tumbling down with a bang this morning. the old bridge on interstate 90 was imploded. back in 1959 that span was the widest bridge in all of ohio with four lanes in both directions. there will be two new bridges coming up, one to carry traffic in each direction. >>> enjoy the rest of the weekend, monday is a yellow alert day, erica coming back with a forecast. jake and i have been best friends for years. one of our favorite things to do is going to the dog park together. sometimes my copd makes it hard to breathe. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing better. come on, boy! [ female announcer ] symbicort is for copd, including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort contains formoterol. medicines like formoterol increase the risk of death from asthma problems. symbicort may increase your risk of lung in
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 1:30pm PDT
for food as medicine. cleveland clinic researchers have now confirmed that food can heal your heart. their study published in "the journal of family practice" found a plant-based diet not only prevents heart attacks but can actually reverse the damage. first of all, out of the patients that tried the vegan diet, almost 9 out of 10 stuck with it. 81% had fewer symptoms and experienced fewer complications from heart disease. a whopping 22% reversed signs of heart disease. and the participants lost almost 20 pounds each on average. >> you have some easy-to-remember adages about how people can decide what they should or should not eat. >> we know what they shouldn't eat, that is oil, dairy, meat, fish, and chicken. what do we want them to eat? we want them to eat all those whole grains for their cereal, bread, and pasta, beans, vegetables, yellow, red, green, and fruit. now, what particular vegetables do we want them to have? bok choy, swiss chard, kale, collard greens, mustard green, napa cabbage, broccoli, kawer flower and arugula and asparagus and i'm out of breath. >> the mantra is
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 4:00pm EDT
. her story goes beyond stanten and anthony, beyond carnegie cleveland, and the male political establishment, and demonstrates how our 19th century history can be expanded. 1873 was a critical year for lockwood. she had fought her way into law school and successfully completed the course of study only as justice ginsburg mentioned to be told that because she was a woman the faculty would not grant her diploma. thus with holding from her the professional privilege of becoming a member of the district of columbia bar. she struggled to overcome this discrimination with patience, negotiation, and by sitting through oral examinations not required of the male candidates. when all of this failed, lockwood determined to establish her own law practice, made one last desperate appeal. the one that justice gissburg mentioned to the president of the united states who happened to also be the president ex-officio of her law school. she sent two letters. the first was long and polite detailing her efforts as the law student. the second as the justice mentioned was
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 11:30am PDT
is going home. lebron james announcing he'll return to play for the cleveland cavaliers. the fourth time nba mvp says he wants to show the underprivileged kids of northeast ohio that it's the best place to grow up. >>> well, a second federal judge has now ordered the irs to explain how the agency lost those nearly two years of e-mails from former irs official, lois lerner. lerner, as you may know, is the former division director. she's at the center of the tea party scandaling group at that agency. and the decision's judge comes one day after another federal judge ordered the irs to explain, around oath, what they think happened to those e-mails. do you think those e-mails will ever be found? and if so, what could they show? john fund is the author of the new book, obama's enforcer, eric holder's justice department, and he's a columnist for "national review" magazine. john, welcome in. we both cover the issue of voter fraud in this country. in this case, it's based on the texas-based group, true the vote. and they're really trying to uncover a lot of this. what do you think will happen?
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 2:00pm EDT
without lebron james. he announced he will be heading back to the cleveland cavaliers. >> lebron james is coming home. the 29-year-old posted this picture on instagram and told "sports illustrated" i always believed i would return to cleveland and finish my career there. lebron was raised in akron," jus,, ohios, just 65 kilometers from cleveland. >> i'm happy. the best player comes to your team. that's a great learning experience for me. to play along side the best in the game. >> lebron broke the hearts of the cleveland fans when he left in 2010. but now all is forgiven. >> everybody is happy. everybody has a smile on their face. >> that's a wonderful thing. thank you, lebron, you've done a wonderful thing for cleveland. all is forgiven. >> this is a great moment in sport history. >> reporter: lebron reached the nba final in all four of his seasons there, and winning the championship twice. he's been a free agent since the start of july after opting out of the final two years of his contract with the heat. >> it sucks. like i say, he had a big fan base over here. i feel like we suppor
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 11:00am PDT
to his home court in cleveland. been a little over 24 hours since king james posted this announcement on his twitter and facebook pages as "sports illustrated" also broke his news. 822,000 people so far have liked the photo you're seeing right there. his return also inspired hundreds of memes. showing what a difference four years can make for cleveland fans. there were 143 tweets per minute with the hash tag #lebronjames. and this one. this fellow was fired and rehired after his story went viral. he's mike boyer, he lives in washington state where it's legal to buy recreational marijuana. he wanted to be the first person to exercise his right in spokane. he ended up on television, of course. then he said his boss ordered him to take a drug test. well, he failed that test, of course, and then he was fired. boyer's story went viral after he posted his resume on craigslist. well, he doesn't need to keep that post up anymore, actually. he's back on the job. his employer said this was all a misunderstanding about scheduling. and a warning, folks. this is one more warning to you. please be
Bloomberg
Jul 12, 2014 1:30pm EDT
, republicans choose cleveland as a convention host. does it matter? ♪ >> the republican national committee chose cleveland forced this week as the host of the 2016 presidential convention. we are joined by bloomberg white house correspondent phil mattingly and rich rubin. congress is actually going to pass a highway bill so projects won't come to a screeching halt in august? >> yes, the difference between the two parties narrowed this week. give the house ways and means and the senate finance committee coming up with packages to keep construction going through the end of may next year. >> it is going to be passed this summer? it is going to be passed before august?ve >> it is hard to see the path exactly how it is going to happen, but both sides seem committed to get something done before the break for august. >> that is great. but this is a copout, isn't it? these are projects that for planning purposes everyone agrees, whether it is the chamber, they should pass a long-term bill. >> this is a pattern we have seen basically since we have had a divided congress. everyone agrees that there
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 10:00am PDT
to cleveland. from whole grain oat foods like cheerios can help lower cholesterol. thank you! but i've managed. ♪ i got to be pretty good at managing my symptoms, except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing. ♪ when i finally told my doctor, he said my crohn's was not under control. ♪ he said humira is for adults like me who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. and that in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief. and many achieved remission. [ female announcer ] humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humir
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am PDT
, alex, back to you. >>> nba super star lebron james is heading home to cleveland. he has agreed to a four-year deal with the cavs. how will it affect the city beyond the basketball court? wkyc's will has more from cleveland. >> very exciting time in cleveland, especially for local businesses that surround the q. if you're in walking distance behind me, you can see east fourth, a lot of restaurants and bars. they're going to be packed. they've been there before and they know the feeling. not just that, you walk down here, the horseshoe, casino, very close to the q. they'll be picking up business as well. take a look at hotels and parking garages downtown. they all plan for packed people coming downtown for every cavs game. it streps to the suburbs as well. a lot of people will be getting together to watch the cavs, watch lebron james. more people, need more service. more service, you need more money. that's what's going to get it done. more people, more jobs as well. so the economy here in northeast ohio expecting a big boom with lebron's decision to come back. and another market
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 8:00am PDT
he is returning to the cavaliers. james, who grew up in akron, played seven seasons with cleveland after being the overall number one pick in 2003. the four-time league mvp wants to give the city its first championship in more than 50 years. and according to at least one las vegas sports book, the cavaliers are now a 3-1 favorite to win the nba title. >>> steve kerr made his coaching debut last night as the warriors opened summer league play in las vegas. golden state's james michael macado with the monster jam. the warriors beat the hornets 70-58. the rockets have traded local product, jeremy lin to the lakers. and that is sports for a saturday morning, i'm rick kwan, i'll see you again tonight at 5:00. >>> sticking with sports, 49ers greats return to the field, the historic game being played tonight. . >>> happening today -- the final football game will be played at the stick. and tonight, our own mike shuman will be playing in the legends of candlestick game. playing against hall of fame miami dolphins quarterback, dan marino. shoe was on joe montana's team. he was trying to fig
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
into him. >>> plus, lebron. he's taking his talents back to cleveland. the king, king james, as he calls himself, and other people call him, is returning to play in cleveland for the cavs, but will the fans who burned his jersey take him back? ♪ welcome back i make a lot of purchases for my business. and i get a lot in return with ink plus from chase. like 50,000 bonus points when i spent $5,000 in the first 3 months after i opened my account. and i earn 5 times the rewards on internet, phone services and at office supply stores. with ink plus i can choose how to redeem my points. travel, gift cards, even cash back. and my rewards points won't expire. so you can make owning a business even more rewarding. ink from chase. so you can. >> all: bring lebron back! >> i hupg go ahead the man earlier. it just feels good we're finally coming back. >> we love you, welcome home! >> welcome home, lebron! ♪ i'm coming home i'm coming home ♪ >> he's coming home. ♪ tell the world i'm coming home ♪ >> lebron james is ready to leave miami and head back to cleveland. >> i love the fans. i'm goi
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 10:00am EDT
bron james heads back to cleveland and gets cheers from the nba. >>> and the federal shutdown, babies. >>> hard to believe that it's been 15 years since randy lifted the victory of the women's world cup. and an issue that could impact your kids. >> the king is going back home. lebron james announced he'll return to the cleveland cavaliers for the 2014 season. after much anticipation and speculation with fans, camping outside of his ohio home for hours even days at a time the announcement came ends a brief time with the miami heat. the question is can the king recreate his success in when he returns to ohio. host of engine of sports, dave, it's good to see you. for our new year's show we asked you to make prediction force 2014, and you said this. >> will lebron james and miami heat three-pete. >> not only will they three-peat, it will follow lebron james will opt for free agency and finish his career with his old team the cleveland cavaliers. >> you came close on the three-peat, but you got it on the cleveland cavaliers. and you got grief for it. >> i got a lot of grief. i wrote a year
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
bron james going back to cleveland and breaking up the dream team in miami is good for the texas basketball team, and the mavericks and the rockets are going to win more championships and the houston-based team where chris bosh will go is going to have stocks going up in the next year. >> and you like all things texas. >> well, i have to say no to that stock. >> and what is your prediction? >> when i went for the three muffin lunch this week, i noticed that the crumbs bakery was taken out, and i think that the gluten-free craze has destroyed another bakery and that is why you should go with the texas road house which is up 20% again in one year. >> and what do you say? >> well, it had a split stock, brenda, so stay away from this one, brenda. >> and neil is next. >>> big things of letting d.c. spend more of this, and do you see anything wrong with any of this? i'm neil cavuto, and congress is in slow motion to find a solution for the v.a. and shock of shocks. now they are calling for the speeding things up, but guess how? by bringing back ear mamarks tot it all on spending, and pork spendin
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
their targets revealed in jailhouse interviews. >> all: lbj, lbj, lbj. >>> and hot in cleveland. cavs fans in a frenzy as the greatest basketball player on the planet, lebron james, says he's ready to come home. >> lebron is coming back. >> what's behind the king's move back to the city where he once broke millions of hearts, and who else will be cashing in as all appears to be forgiven? >>> yes. hey, good morning. we're going to talk about the sudden turnaround, the emotional turnaround in cleveland where they're all of a sudden very forgiving. coming up. >> they're very excited. >> they're very excited, as well. >>> but we're going to start here with a traveler's nightmare. you're flying over the water in one of the remote spots on earth when the smoke starts to fill the cabin, alarms are sounding, the pilot comes over the speakers to say the radar is down and they need to make an emergency landing. >> travelers' nightmare. that's exactly what happened overnight to the passengers on board united flight 7 from hawaii to guam and landed on the barely inhabited at an old u.s. military base
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
5. >>> check out the morning front page of the plain dealer. that's a major newspaper in cleveland ohio. nba superstore lebron james leaving the miami heat and returning to the cleveland cavaliers. he made that announcement via sports illustrated in an essay saying the most important thing to him is to bring a trophy back to northeast ohio. when he left cleveland for miami there is outrage against lebron james but his return sparked a frenzy. now fans couldn't be happier. [ screaming ] >> lebron james, lebron james, lebron james! >> we heard about it and ran over here! we heard it, we ran! [ screaming at the top of their lungs ] >> lebron is the man! >> what did he say? >> they whipped off their shirts and ran. fans did cartwheels. the value of the cleveland cavaliers with lebron on the team could increase by as much as $100 million. but not everybody is happy about the decision. take a look at this mural in miami. there is lebron's face painted over. >> oh-oh. he's out. >>> happening tonight, one final showdown at candlestick park. nfl legends will take the field for a flag footb
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
for alex. >> wait, what, lebron james is going back to cleveland? >> you heard about that, shocking, right? >> we'll talk about that too. it's a case developing on the west coast, but now it has a southern angle. an escort accused of leaving one of her alleged clients for dead. who is the suspect and why is the investigation broadening? >>> the return of the king. some say lebron james should never go back to his team. i will talk about that in the next hour. >>> just getting to the top of the biggest water slide in the world is scary. imagine the trip down. i am going to talk with the designer of the newest attraction in the midwest. what went into the engineering of it all, and is it safe? (daug. (vo) the transfers. well, that's kid number three. (vo) the co-pilots. all sitting... ...trusting... ...waiting... ...for a safe arrival. introducing the all-new subaru legacy. designed to help the driver in you... ...care for the passenger in them. the subaru legacy. it's not just a sedan. it's a subaru. a body at rest tends to stay at rest...cs... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion
KRON
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
of the miami and going back home to cleveland. he played his first seven years with the cast before leaving the 2010 for the miami heat foresees is with the heat the 29 year-old was in two nba championships this is the fourth time in bp. and now he's home again. hey, if you could be any dinosaur, which would you be? t-rex. that's dumb, cuz when you're hungry late at night, your little t-rex arms couldn't stuff your face with - my new chick-n-tater melt munchie meal. it's got crispy chicken, hash browns, and gooey cheese on a buttery croissant. that's french. ok, i get it. so what would you be? a long armed t-rex. jerk. authorities dispute that said that they were worried about the child safety this video is causing an outrage because makers prosser's said she was singled out for breast-feeding her trial. --child. mothers are allowed to be the police officer asked mom to remove her baby and her eight year-old daughter to different seats for the baby's own good. to continue to take her daughter's to concerts' perry ordered a live look outside that this is a view from mount tam tickets see the
FOX
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
and in september. >>> cleveland is celebrating the return of james the folks in miami are angry. someone even vandalized a mural of the star by blacking out his face. the artist who created it is not upset. he said he agrees with whoever defaced that mural. james announced yesterday that he is leaving the miami heat to return to his first team, the cavaliers. >> it's the last weekend of baseball before the all-star break. the a's up in seattle and what an ending last night. hernandez looking for his 11th win. you have to earn it. first inning a solo shot to right. a's with another one and it's 2- 0 after one. all tied in the sixth. canoe dusting up the chalk in left field. james jones comes around to score. the mariners take the lead 3-2. >>> top nine, two outs, tying run at third. punto with the third count. he getses rung up on what he thinks is ball far. they are fuming. it's sleepless in seattle. both get thrown out. don't know the reason since the game was over. a's loose. >>> scutaro slated to get the start today. is he back in the dug out with the giants after a long trip on the dl. o
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am PDT
virus. no one was infected, thankfully. >>> cleveland is waking up in a great mood. lebron james is back. we will talk more about that at 10:00 eastern. >> "smerconish" is next. >>> an urgent humanitarian crisis continues on the southern border leaving tens of thousands of immigrant children in limbo. from anger to exacerbation. in washington, finger pointing and chest thumping. i'm michael smerconish. let's get started. my first headline from the new york times. it reads immigrant surge rooted in law to curb child trafficking. some of the blame for the crisis is given to a 2008 human trafficking law. it gave greater protections to unaccompanied children into this country from other non contiguous countries. my next guest is republican congress member george thorntonberry. congress member, children from central america are treated differently than those from mexico. why? what was the logic of the law? >> first of all, i was very proud to be part of the sponsoring of the victims rig s rights. human trafficking is a slave. america must protect vulnerable persons. i was proud to be
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am EDT
. and in sport all is forgiven. lebron james returns home to cleveland. stay with us if you can. >> to the north of iraq now where kurdish fighters have started a major operation. the idea is to ex-spell sunni rebels from the area they now hold. on friday, kurdish forces near kirkuk killed 41 people. we have the latest from there. >> reporter: we are at that checkpoint targeted by a suicide car bombing late on friday. up to 31 people killed. it wasn't just kurdish forces who were the victims. civilians as well as you can see this is a border crossing. this is the main crossing point linking south kirkuk to the rest of the country, to tikrit, to baghdad. this was clearly an attack against them. it was a message. it wasn't the first time. approximately two weeks ago kurdish forces were targeted in a suicide car bombing at the mosul border. the kurds now share 1,000 kilometers of territory with sunni-armed groups. it really is a new border in northern iraq, and they do say that they're at war with the self declared islamic state. no one has taken responsibility, but people here believe it's the isl
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am PDT
. james, who grew up in akron, played seven seasons with cleveland after being the overall number one pick in 2003. the four-time league mvp wants to giver the city it's fourth championship in more than 50 years. and according to one sports book the cavaliers are now a 3-1 favorite to win the nba title. >>> and steve kerr made his coaching debut last night as the warriors made their debut in las vegas. the monster jam. he had 11 points. and the warriors go on to beat the hornets 7-58. we should add the rockets have traded local product jeremy lin to the lakers. that's sports for saturday morning. i'm rick quan. see you again tonight at 5:00. >>> next, 49ers greats return to the field. the historic game being played tonight. heat shields are compromised. we what's that alarm?ures. fuel cell two is down. i'm going to have to guide her in manually. this is very exciting. but i'm at my stop. come again? i'm watching this on the train. it's so hard to leave. good luck with everything. watch tv virtually anywhere with the u-verse tv app. with at&t, the u-verse revolves around you. you have made
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am EDT
traded to the sixers, he is shipped to the lakers and we remember cleveland cavalier's fans burning lebron james jerseys and that is all foregot en, now he signs with cleveland and his home town club and charles barkley says it's a win-win situation. >> houfrn do you goat to be a hero in your home town and home state. he is a blue collar guy and great for the nba obviously. >> it's influence that his friends and entourage has in miami is close to nothing compared to what it was in cleveland and then the desire for his wife, his friends and his confidants and everybody for him to come home. >> espn's steven a. smith talking to our jeff skversky. >>> moving on now sixers are the champions of the summer league in orlando. thompson slam its home and noel did not play in the game and the sixers are giving him occasional rest coming off the knee injury. >> look at that eagles running back lesean mccoy kicked off a charity weekend, he will host a basketball game at newman university in delaware con. proceeds benefit als, the disease claimed mccoy's grandmother. michael vick and allen iverson
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am PDT
grew up in akron, played seven seasons with cleveland after being the overall number one pick in 2003. he wants to give the cityitis champion in more than 50 years and according to one sports book the cavaliers are now a 3-1 favorite to win the nba title. >>> and steveker made his coaching debut last night as the warriors made their debut in las vegas. the monster jam. he had 11 points. and the warriors go on to beat the hornets 7-58. we should add the rockets have traded local product jeremy lin to the lakers. that's sports for saturday morning. i'm rick quan. see you again tonight at 5:00. >>> next, 49ers greats return to the field. the historic game being played tonight. helping you find a dentist you'll want to go to for the rest of your life. we've helped over 8 million people find that dentist, and we can do the same for you. call 1-800-dentist today. ♪ >> happening today, the final football game will be played. tonight our mike shumann will be playing in the legends of candlestick game with other 49ers great and with dan marino. schu is a member of joe montana's squad. yester
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am PDT
of miami. king james decides to take his game back home and cleveland basketball fans are ecstatic. >>> and travel the world, visit exotic places and never bag a bag. we'll show you how google street views does it. >>> but first we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." >> your world in 90 seconds. >> shut the front door. lebron is back. >> cleveland celebrates as lebron james comes home. >> three great words from lebron james. "i'm coming home." >> cleveland cavalier fans are celebrating big time. >> so what if it's baseball game. put your basketball game on. there's a lot of excitement. >> there's been a lot of people killed today in the israeli air strikes on gaza. the militants' missiles are striking further better than before and jolting israeli's sense of security. >> the prime minister said they'll continue its offensive which has claimed the lives of more than 100 palestinians. >> a storm rolls in to rocky mountain national park. a lightning bolt killed one woman and sent seven to the hospital. >> a suspected mass murderer coll
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am PDT
that lebron james is leaving the miami heat to go back to his hometown of cleveland. check this out. this is the image that the florida republican party tweeted out in the wake of that announcement. it says, what do these two guys have in common? they both ran away. you'll recall the former governor charlie krist first left the republican party to become an independent senate candidate and now is running for his old job on the democratic ticket. i know you wanted to jump in on the other discussion. we're switching gears. >> actually an interesting tactic and i find it interesting that the arrival of lebron could put a wrench into republican plans for the convention which i think is sort of a great story with respect to lebron's return to cleveland. the reality of the situation is that i think it is an interesting tactic but i don't see the -- >> what is interesting is charlie crist's personal message is i have always been this person, always been this kind of belief system. i've left, the republican party didn't take me where i wanted to go and now i'm coming home to being a democra
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
home. check him out. basketball's biggest star heads home to cleveland. >>> good morning to you, welcome to al jazeera america. live from new york city. i'm morgan radford. israel's continued bombardment in gaza, sparking protests in occupied palestinian territories. overnight hundreds of protesters clashed with israeli soldiers in bethlehem. they three stones at the soldiers and set tires on fire. the soldiers responded with stun grenades and tear gas. israel continued an aerial assault in gaza. 121 have died since the start of the conflict, call palestinians living in gaza. israel says 680 rockets have been launched by hamas, including 140 op friday. london, paris and rome thousands rallied to call for an end to the air strikes. nick schifrin joins us live from gaza. are people in gaza aware of binyamin netanyahu's comments that the air strikes will continue as long as hamas rockets keep flying? >> i don't think the gazzans need to listen to tv to listen to binyamin netanyahu to know. there was a strike and a plume of smoke to the left, israel targetting a tunnel that plainian
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
, welcome home, the northeast ohio king james! is his tweet from yesterday. a big week for cleveland. other greets members of congress on this issue, you can check them out on twitter, especially most of the ohio delegation. on the role of congress in the oversight of collegiate athletics, stewart is calling in from northeast maryland, a former college athlete. stewart, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> go ahead, stewart. >> yeah. i would like to say that congress should have a very limited role in anything about athletics. it's great that the students at northwest earn are trying to unionize because i think there is on a higher square, there is a lot of money in college athletes. >> did you see any of that an exploitation as an athlete? >> i went to a smaller school. it was a pretty balanced situation between athletics and academics but my daughter is playing volleyball in maryland. i thought it was interesting. she had a statement for academics. and i thought many of the athletes were entitled today a stipend. i think the higher level is where they are bringing in hundreds and hund
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 4:00am PDT
with the hearts of the cleveland fans. now he's back to make things right. for the city of cleveland, that's more than enough. the three words the city of cleveland has been waiting to hear for four years, i'm coming home. and with those words came these words. >> one of the greatest moments in cleveland. >> are you crying? >> it's fantastic! >> there wasn't a big splashy announcement or press conference like when he left cleveland heartbroken four years ago. instead, an essay, rather heartfelt, to his fans, explaining why he was coming home and admitting his leaving caused hard feelings. my relationship with northeast ohio is bigger than basketball. i didn't realize that four years ago. i do now. the suspense about his next move kept the city on edge. people swarming his house with police on hand. now, this whole thing almost came crashing down when tawny the owl picked miami as the place lebron was going to end up. i don't know who her sources are. like the last three days, the whole thing caused a lot of confusion. i hear you. a lot. this whole saga documented everywhere, from t-shirts. the ly
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
off to the lakers and big news out of the nba king james going home. remember the cleveland cavalier fans burning his jerseys after going to miami. that is all forgot and, he left miami and signed with the cavs his home town club. charles barkley says this situation is a win-win. >> how often can you be a hero in your home state? this is great. >> the influence he and his entourage had in his miami is practically nothing to cleveland and his desire for his wife and friends and confidants and everybody to come home. >> "good morning america" digs into the potential economic impact could have in cleveland. >> and who would have thought this, the sixers are the champion of the summer league in orlando. noel did not play in this game, the sixers are giving him an occasional day to rest after that knee injury. >>> eagles running back lesean mccoy kicks off a charity event at chicky's and petes, proceeds benefit als, the disease that claimed the player's grandmother. allen iverson is among the stars lending support to the fundraiser. >>> and now they can serve themselves beer, at the minne
NBC
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
. crews in cleveland, ohio, demolishing a skeleton of steel gurters. the ohio department of transportation replaced this with new twin bridges. the second will be open for traffic in the fall. crews spent months deconstructing most of the old bridge before the rest was brought down in explosive fashion this morning. whoa. heck of a video there. >>> tomorrow's final match of the world cup is pitting two well-known figures against one another. you could call it is pope-off. pope francis is from argentina why pope emeritus benedict is from germany. >> it is unlikely they will get together to watch the match. tourist shops have been showing their allegiance flying both flags near the vatican. >>> the smithsonian hosting a viewing party for tomorrow's final match. you're invited to watch argentina and germany battle it out across from the verizon center. fans will get to watch the game on the 21-foot video wall. the park is enclosed and has ac. nice and cool. >>> a very lucky little puppy survived hurricane arthur. >> yes. the dog was found wandering the streets of jacksonville, north carolina,
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 3:00am PDT
. he's going back to cleveland. >> you know that i love this. i'm a cleveland girl. i love it. >> come on, ohio. >> he will once again wear a cavalier jersey and return to his home state a little older, a little wiser but of course in time for the 2015 season. >> look at the fans that have scorned him. look at them now. he's the hometown hero again. they lined up to buy lebron jersey, you know, since they burned them before. >> the calves owner, even he slammed lebron as selfish, called him disloyal. that's what he said at a summer game. last night he changed his tune. he said he and king james were ready to move forward again. >> lebron has grown up quite a bit. besides winning championships he's got two kids and a third one on the way. he's a grown man now. i certainly talked about the things i was embarrassed about and apologized that night. he talked about a few things and we got it out of the way real quick. >> rachel nichols has been covering lebron james since his high school days. she take as look back with us. >> even if you don't know what you're going to do, what have you le
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
home. the n.b.a.'s 4-time most valuable player is returning to the cleveland cavaliers after four years with the miami heat. he posted this picture and told sports illustrated: >>> lebron james was raised in akron ohio 65km from cleveland and began his career with them. they were surprised. >> to say i'm excited and happy would qualify as a great understatement of the millennium. >> the best player come to your team, it will be a great learning experience to play along side the best the game. >> lebron james broke the hearts of the cleveland fans when he left in 2010. for now, all is forgiven. >> everybody is happy. everybody has a smile on their face, a greatest moment in cleveland. >> james , you have done a wonderful -- lebron james, you have done a wonderful thing for cleveleleleland. all is forgip. >> this is a great moment. >> along side dwayne wayne and chris bosh lebron james reached finals in all seasons there, wiging the championships -- winning the championships twice. he's been a free agent since july, opting out of the time twtwo years of his contract wit the heat. >> it su
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 3:00am PDT
the law. we'll have details. >> and while cleveland fans are celebrating lebron james' big announcement, feeling not the same in miami. the outrage heating up the internet. why republicans are a a little upset about the move, too. we'll explain. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. >> you are watching "fox & friends." that's the great way to begin your day. ♪ ♪ >> battle frog course out on the plaza this morning. very soon, at least two anchors on our show. are you kidding in? no chance. pulled a hammy. >> walking into work through the side door this morning. this was right in front of me. >> yeah, that's electrified by the way. see that whole fence part? >> i didn't know you go under it. how are we going to go over it. >> no. we just cameraman this morning. >> where is the mud though? i was hoping for like a mud run, too. >> our floor director dave didn't make it this morning. >> he is a good man. >> no cues on what cameras we are talking about. we will be talking about in this morning. the chaos at the border continues to get worse. and now we are getting personal stories of
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
seasons and winning two nba championships with the miami heat lebron announced he is going to to cleveland. he grew up in northeast ohio and played first seven years of his pro career with the cavilers. fans in philadelphia, they reacted this way. >> i think i have more respect for him since he is going back home to get his home city a ring but it is his decision. >> he makes money. usually people in that position of their own free will. >> needless to say some heat fans not too happen bye king james decision to go back to cleveland. in fact, somebody defaced this mural you are looking at here with lebron and his teammates on the miami building. >>> meantime, in other sports news philadelphia wings indoor lacrosse team is moving out of town. owner mike french plans to relocate to the city with less competition for entertainment dollars. there is in word where that team is going wings won six world champion ships during its 28 years in philadelphia. fans who placed deposits on 2015 season ticket will receive a refund. so that is some good news. >>> still a head on "eyewitness news" what
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
is going to the lakers and king james going home. remember the cleveland cavalier fans burning his jerseys, that is clearly forgot and, he has left miami and signed with the cavs his home town club. charles barkley says the decision is a wynnin-wiwin-win. >> they are a blue collar city and he say blue collar guy, and this is great for the nba obviously. >> you didn't know definitely if he would do it or not but it was a 50/50 not at the very least he could end up going back to cleveland simply because there is a lot of wearing on him in miami. the health of dwyane wade, the load he was forced to carry and the relationship could be better with him and pat reilly and the influence that his friends and his entourage had in miami which was close to nothing compared to what it was in cleveland and his desire for his wife and friends and confidants and everybody to get him to come home. >> they dig into the potential economic impact the kings signing could have in cleveland. >>> the eagles running back lesean mccoy kicked off a charity weekend, the action cam was at chicky and petes, proceeds be
NBC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
night is over after 3 1/3 innings. zimmerman scheduled to undergo an mri today. >>> in cleveland, faces got to be sore from smiling. lebron james deciding to come home. james left cleveland four years ago for miami where he won two nba championships. but his focus now is bringing a trophy to his hometown. lebron says he's not going to have a press conference or a party. he's ready to get to work and fans couldn't be more excited. >> everybody i've walked by has a smile on their face. it's one of the greatest moments in cleveland. >> thank you, lebron. you have done a wonderful thing for cleveland. all is forgiven. we love you. >> that's all for your sports. i hope your saturday is a great one. >> lots of people excited about that. >>> tomorrow's final match of the world cup is pitting two well-known figures against each other. you could call it a pope-off. >> pope francis is from argentina while pope emeritus benedict is from germany. the spokesperson says it's unlikely they'll get together to watch the match. >> hard choice there. >>> all right. those of you with a lead foot, listen up
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am EDT
. >>> finally you probably heard by now that lebron james is returning home to cleveland. when james left the city for miami four years ago cleveland fans felt so we strayed they literally burned uniforms with his name and numbers on it. today the most popular-selling t-shirts say "forgiven" and "welcome back." in miami he won two championships. next year as he tries to bring a first-ever trophy to cleveland, he'll make $22 million. he already made close to $100 million, and he has added to very advise investments funded in part by warren if you hav buffet, who james befriended years ago. james has been smart about his money and tireless in his career. as he wrote today in northeast ohio nothing is given. everything is earned. you work for what you have. congratulations to lebron james and the city of cleveland. folks may have to wait a bit for that nba championship, but city pride starts right now. >>> that's our show for today. i'm david shuster for ali velshi and every here at "real money," thanks for watching and have a great weekend. > >> announcer: this is al jazeera. >>> hello, wel
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